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Because of the delectable taste, scallops attract a lot of people. Can I have scallops with PKD? Once your kidneys are damaged, you should know what is good for your kidneys, and what is bad. Now go on reading to learn more information. Ben

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Can I Have Scallops with PKD

2017-05-19 08:25

Can I Have Scallops with PKDBecause of the delectable taste, scallops attract a lot of people. Can I have scallops with PKD? Once your kidneys are damaged, you should know what is good for your kidneys, and what is bad. Now go on reading to learn more information.

Benefits of scallops

-Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Because of Omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin B12 and antioxidants, scallops can help you balance cholesterol levels, regulate blood pressure and protect your heart from oxidative stress.

-Improve blood conditions. Scallops are a source of iron, potassium and magnesium, which have been proven to increase the amount of oxygen in the blood, release excess fluid, increase circulation and decrease pressure.

-Boost your energy. If you always feel weak, scallops can help you, because it contains the right ingredients such as vitamin B12 and iron to boost oxygen in your entire body.

In addition, they can protect you against arthritis, prevent against insomnia, maintain muscle mass, strengthen immunity, etc.

Though scallops have so many benefits, you should limit its intake for the following reasons.

Scallops contain a substance known as purine, which some individuals are sensitive to, and which can lead to the formation of kidney stones and worsen your gout. Therefore, do not eat many scallops at a time. It is also a great source of protein. If your kidney function has been impaired severely, scallop intake should be limited as well. Besides, scallops are high in sodium, which may elevate your blood pressure further.

Can I have scallops with PKD? Yes, moderate intake is OK, but you had better talk with a dietitian about the amount you can take. Besides diet, you should pay attention to the medical treatment to shrink the cysts and stop their growth. Only then you protect your kidneys well can you take foods without so many restrictions. For more information on PKD treatment, please leave a message below or contact online doctor.

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